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'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 1)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

A View from the Front Row

Check out our interview with Archbishop Joseph Augustine Di Noia, OP, adjunct secretary of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

What Are the Possibilities for Us on This Jubilee Year?

We speak with Archbishop Rino Fisichella, the president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization.

The Holy Year of Mercy

Archbishop Salvatore Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization, tells us what it's all about.

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 4)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 3)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 2)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

What Does This Jubilee Year Mean for Us?

This Jubilee Year of Mercy, we are called to challenge ourselves and to rejoice. Father Bill Hayward, MIC, explains.

* * * Watch the Inauguration of the Jubilee of Mercy * * *

Watch the Inauguration of the extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy! Pope Francis inaugurates the Jubilee Year with the opening Mass at the Vatican.

Yes, Expect Graces

The extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy begins Dec. 8. Father Joe Roesch, MIC, shares what the Lord has in store for us.

Why Is Faustina So Important?

Father Chris Alar, MIC, explains why this apostle of Divine Mercy is a saint for our times.

So Why Is Divine Mercy So Important? Here's Why.

Father Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, shares thoughts on the saint whose revelations have transformed the modern Church.

Here's One for the History Books!

Why all the emphasis on mercy in Pope John Paul II's second encyclical?